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Museo Juguete Antiguo (Antique Toy Museum) aka MUJAM

Dr. Olvera 15, Mexico City, Mexico
55882100
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Very interesting and nice way to spend a couple of hours

This place had toys any Mexican or American would recognize and more. They have 3 floors full of... read more

Reviewed May 16, 2017
Chris M
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Houston, Texas
Wonderful place!

I strongly recommend you to visit this place. With 49,000 toys (part of collection of 1 million... read more

Reviewed April 3, 2017
216gurr
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Tel Aviv, Israel
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Dr. Olvera 15, Mexico City, Mexico
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Reviewed May 16, 2017

This place had toys any Mexican or American would recognize and more. They have 3 floors full of fun things to see and the roof top has some really cool street art. Definitely recommend checking this out if you are looking to see something fun...More

Thank Chris M
Reviewed April 3, 2017 via mobile

I strongly recommend you to visit this place. With 49,000 toys (part of collection of 1 million toys the founder has in his warehouse) it's the largest toys collection ever. You will find here Barbies, action figures, robots, trains and many more toys from all...More

Thank 216gurr
Reviewed April 3, 2017 via mobile

This is a hidden gem of a museum. The collection is a jumble of collectables that will take you back to your childhood. Cars, barbie dolls, trains and every childhood toy imaginable are a spread out over 5 floors and provide a pleasant 2 hours....More

Thank albricker
Reviewed December 25, 2016

Totally worth the trip. The passion of the people behind this museum shows through in the collection. As I left, I had the feeling that someday this will be a national museum. It is a great chance to catch the museum as it evolves. There...More

Thank David S
Reviewed November 30, 2016

Visiting Mexico City - The Toy Museum is a MUST DO! Be prepared to be WOW'd and Over-stimulated. There is so much here - we went 2 days. A self driven journey through packed rooms of vintage/retro toys from around the globe, as well as...More

Thank cyncolpaart
Reviewed July 30, 2016

The museum has 3 floors and many exhibits. You can find here toys from around the world, Asia, Europe, North America. The amount of toys is stunning, but unfortunately most of them are not labeled or hasn´t got any description :( I loved Barbie ´80s...More

Thank Julia W
Reviewed May 4, 2016

we loved the toy museum, it's an amazing set-up especially if you get to speak to the owners about their philosophy behind the place. there are four levels of toy exhibits grouped together to create dioramas or juxtapositions that are fun and stimulating. this is...More

Thank sallychicago
Reviewed November 5, 2015

I love offbeat attractions, and this one definitely is! The highlight for me was that the owner was on hand to answer all my questions, and he was so very kind and gracious! The museum could have used better organization, but it was great/fun nonetheless....More

Thank Andrea L
Reviewed September 13, 2015

I love museums of personal obsessions -- and I LOVE LOVE LOVE this amazing place: 5 stories of playful mishmash, from street toys to Playmobil to lucha libre. If you have an interest in toys, "street" art, popular culture and/or weird collections of random stuff,...More

Thank aspinAustin
Reviewed July 11, 2015 via mobile

Playmobil exhibit ... Nice permanent collection as well. Lacks a bit of organization but makes up for it with major charm and really cool old toys. Parking normally on the side of the museum. 50 peso entry fee nice for kids. 70s building cool.

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